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With a new year ahead and coronavirus vaccines rolling out to more qualified individuals, Bellmore and Merrick’s business owners said they are starting to feel optimistic about the future, … more
South Shore foodies now have a new place to brunch on Sundays, but instead of sitting down at a trendy restaurant, residents can satisfy their cravings from a handful of food trucks parked at the … more
Although gyms were allowed to reopen on Aug. 24 following a months-long shutdown, smaller facilities like fitness studios and boutique gyms are still feeling the weight of state-mandated restrictions … more
The Merrick Chamber of Commerce has started a GoFundMe page to keep its Holiday Lights Program lit despite the pandemic. Each winter, the chamber installs 70 life-sized snowflakes on utility poles that line the main streets in Merrick’s business districts, spreading holiday cheer in front of local businesses where residents may go gift-shopping. more
The Long Island Hispanic Bar Association recently held its annual food drive.  Thanks to generous donations from LIHBA members and Sullivan, Papain, Block, McGrath, Coffinas & Cannavo, … more
A new business on Bedford Avenue is mixing up the “creative vibe” that already exists on the block, according to Bellmore resident Jay Ortiz. Ortiz is the studio manager of The Sound … more
As Covid-19 rates tick upward in New York and across the country, Long Island’s restaurants and gyms are bearing the brunt of a new restriction by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. more
With restaurants at limited capacity for indoor dining due to the coronavirus pandemic, many have added outdoor seating to make up for the loss of customers — and revenue. But with colder … more
When Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered non-essential businesses to shut down earlier this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, pet groomer Debra Izzo applied for a permit through the New York State Department … more
After months of being closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, Long Island movie theaters will be allowed to reopen on Friday. more
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